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Russian Universities Blamed for Training of Would-be Unemployed
30.01.2018 10:12
Russian Universities Blamed for Training of Would-be Unemployed

The Federal Education and Science Supervision Agency has accused universities of the excessive number of students majoring in law and economics.

      This was claimed by the deputy head of the Agency, Natalia Naumova. According to her, the economics and law faculties admit the largest number of entrants to unbudgeted places.

      "The question is: why water down the labor market, when today the target figures for admission are planned, checked with the region and declared for a specific need. Why do we need to educate 10 times more lawyers and economists, so that they do not get job afterwards? Today, this dissonance is obvious” – Mrs. Naumova said.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Russian Universities     

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